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Batch Profile Conversion In Photoshop CS

Posted on 2008-06-15
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I have quite a few hundred Jpegs that were profiled with sRGB and need to be converted to Adobe RGB. Is there a possible way to batch process the conversion with Photoshop CS or any graphics program (without spending an arm or leg)? To convert them  individually would be at best a monumental task.

I also have PSP Xi, Bibble Pro, Breeze, Serif Photo Plus 11.
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Photoshop has a batch file process.

Open 1 of the images and start to record an ACTION; proceed to do the motions necessary to complete the task, eg image resize - export to compress JPEG or similar.

Then stop the action - it now becomes a reusable action

Under FILE | AUTOMATE you can now run a BATCH ona  folder and define file names etc
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This does work but is a pain but beats shelling out hard earned money for the few stand alone programs I  found on the net

Thanks for the tip :-)
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Thanks again for the tip - I'd not planned on having to batch change that many profiles. It's slow but when I said hundreds - I should have meant a few thousand. Slow but hey that's the breaks. Thanks again :-)
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yeah I know - I had to process about 10,000 images from an old website for a property agent, I just left it running over night and it was done - can't use the pc for anything else at that point...
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